Cristiano Ronaldo has crossed the mark of 500 million followers on Instagram which has made
everyone turn their heads towards him. To thank his fans for the support and love they have
showered on him, he has shared an emotional video collage.
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Ronaldo is one of the highest-paid athletes one can find on Instagram. Not only on Instagram,
but he has also gained immense popularity on other social media sites such as Twitter with more
than 105 million followers and Facebook with 154 million followers.
Among the other athletes, Lionel Messi, Virat Kohli, Neymar, Lebron James, etc also have a
huge fan following with their likes below that of the Portuguese forward. Along with the emotional caption, Ronaldo has posted the best memories of his life. The 37 Year old said
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“My life, career and thoughts, shared with you, always. You are part of my story and together we´ve achieved so much. More than I could dream. In every post, each moment, your support. Thank you!”
In the last few weeks, Ronaldo has been in the headlines after his hotheaded interview with
British broadcaster Piers Morgan. Now, the focus is shifted towards his rising popularity on
social media which has arrived at a time when his future in football has become uncertain.
Ronaldo and Manchester United Mutually Part Ways
His contract with Manchester United has been terminated mutually on 22nd November Tuesday.
He remarked it was a betrayal and slams the club by exclaiming no respect for the manager Erik
ten Hag. Ronald preferred the mutual termination of his contract over his employers forcing him
to leave the club.
The rise of the player to a superstar level on social media has come before his current turmoil at
Old Trafford. The club has thanked him for these 145 goals in 346 appearances and wished him all luck in his future endeavors.
Ronaldo has announced his partnership with a Jeweler Company and posted his picture donning
JACOB & CO watch. Portugal is in Group H along with South Korea, Uruguay, and Ghana and will be at loggerheads with Ghana in their first group stage match on Thursday 24 th November in Doha.
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